In the City of Dallas and surrounding Dallas County communities, law enforcement works without tire to ensure that all drivers are abiding by traffic law. If you have been issued a traffic ticket in Dallas, for a minor offense such as disregarding a traffic control device or speeding, it would be in your best interest to respond to your charges in a timely manner. If you choose to respond by pleading guilty and paying your fine, that is your prerogative, but you may also respond by challenging your ticket in court. You may do so by either pleading your case for a deal or by fighting your ticket at trial.
If you do opt for the latter, the Law Office of Attorney Jack Byno may be of service to you. Our experienced lawyers may help you in disputing your violation, and our Dallas traffic warrant attorneys may also be of service to you in the case that your citation has gone into warrant. If it has, it means that the Dallas Municipal Court has issued you a traffic warrant as a penalty for your overdue citation. Yes, your outstanding traffic warrant is a warrant for your arrest, which is just as serious as it sounds. Unless you act fast to ensure that your warrant is lifted, it may eventually lead to your arrest and incarceration. Let Jack Byno & Associates help you in lifting your warrant so that you may avoid arrest. Contact me to learn more!